>>25881263 There are two roles in a capitalist society as far as I'm concerned: employee and employer. Most people are employees because they're stupid as shit and think being a wagecuck or a NEET is their only option.
>posting communist Jew that fucked economically screwed Russia
Pretty much nails it but it ain't going to change anytime soon, and unless homelessness/starvation/dehydration/exposure is an enjoyable experience for you there's really no choice.
Even if you go a communist route, those systems always failed the common man as well because you still wake up at 630, eat/shit/get ready and work until 9 except now your making your communist overlords that money instead of capitalist overlords.
The least one can do is try to enjoy what you do, and try to enjoy what few joys this world offers. The bourgeoisie may live longer than the rabble, but sooner or alter they die too -- so comparing yourself to them for the benefit of your own misery is pretty pointless.
>>25881241 >>25881341 80% percent of businesses fail in the first 18 months and 90% of businesses fail in the first 3 years. If anything Entrepreneurs are stupid because you would have better chances if you saved up your money for three years, went to a casino and put everything on black.
>>25881423 Like I said, most people are stupid. Any competent person would have no problem keeping a buisness from failing. And if you do fail, you can just start again. Success is like mining for gold. Keep chipping away and eventually you'll strike gold. Also, have you seen most 'businesses' today? They're completely unoriginal and run by retards shilling corny shit that no one wants.
I'm part of it, and I can't. I have a job and everything, but I feel like I'm in prison. I hate working, and when I get home I'm too tired to do anything, and it's hard to look forward to anything when I have to wake up early the next morning. Is this really that much different from slavery? It's very depressing. When I think about my future I see nothing but going to jobs I hate almost every day and hating every minute of it.
Seems like the happiest people are those who live in farm/village communities and who work along with their friends/family to build stuff and raise animals. But maybe I'm totally wrong about that.
>>25881512 >Any competent person would have no problem keeping a business from failing. Except for all the professionally run businesses and corporations that still fail? Read "When Genius Failed: The Rise and Fall of Long-Term Capital Management." as a pretty spectacular example but there are thousands of books looking at failed businesses that were successful at one time. >And if you do fail, you can just start again. Most people who want to have a family, raise kids, have stable lives or have a real plan for retirement (other than "I'll strike it rich one day!") can't just keep starting up failing businesses. >Success is like mining for gold. Keep chipping away and eventually you'll strike gold. Unless you're digging on land that doesn't have gold... >Also, have you seen most 'businesses' today? They're completely unoriginal and run by retards shilling corny shit that no one wants. Yeah and most of them will fail.
tldr Entrepreneurship as a way out of capitalist control is unfeasible for most people and the only option for most is being a used up wagecuck.
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